Hey there. If you're lucky enough to find this blog, Then I hope you enjoy our amateur art.


Friday, June 29, 2012

Computer ... Art?

Well, I'm not sure if you could call it that, since I'm just messing around with some stuff.
Again, if you find it, feel free to use it as your facebook cover.

Monday, June 25, 2012

I was fooling around with Gimp today and came up with this. Feel free to use it as your facebook cover.

Also, I did this one:

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Fan art #2

If you saw my post about my new favorite book http://www.artoflonewolf.blogspot.com/2012/06/fan-art.html then you know why I titled this post "Fan Art #2." Anyway, Here's the second picture of a character. His name is Basilard.

Excerpt from The Emperor's Edge by Lindsay Buroker http://www.lindsayburoker.com/

"Before she could walk far, a bare-armed, bald man stepped in front of her. Scars crisscrossed his pale-skinned face and head like brambles in a blackberry patch. Though he lacked the height of a Turgonian man- his blue eyes were level with hers-- The powerful muscles revealed by his red, sleeveless shirt made him intimidating. His slitted eyes locked on to her accusingly, as if he could guess her thoughts. "

Monday, June 11, 2012


I know this doesn't hold to any form whatsoever. I also know "Comes" doesn't rhyme with "Fun." So whatever.

First through sixth was very fun
Very easy, And now it's done.
Seventh and eighth were boring and mean
So difficult, undo-able, I made Algebra seem.
At High School I just rolled my eyes.
So much drama, so many lies.
And B's and C's for those who had lives.
Classes were fun, but when grad arrived,
 I was just so relieved. Learning comes
With it's ups and downs. And it's not always fun.

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Walking on Sunday

I wish to go walking,
But I'm waiting for Mother.
I'm getting bored,
Waiting for another
Few minutes while she
gets ready, "Oh brother."
She's not ready yet. "How long???"

Friday, June 1, 2012

Fan Art

This is fan art. It's not as good as I wanted it to be, but it's not bad, either. This is the description of the man in the drawing:

Excerpt from The Emperor's Edge by Lindsay Buroker

   "As she stood slowly, her gaze traveled up his black boots, fitted black trousers, tucked-in black shirt, an armory's worth of daggers and throwing knives, and came to rest on his face. He was the person from the sketch, no doubt, but unlike the menacing image Hollowcrest had given her, this man's face bore no emotion at all. By the flames of the lamp, his eyes appeared black, and they gave no indication of feeling-- or humanity.
   He had the bronze skin of a Turgonian, but the pale blond hair was rare in the empire. It was short and damp around the edges. Whoever had cut it looked to have used hedge clippers instead of scissors."

Excerpt from the Emperor's Edge

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